BSCAH’s Urban Farm Central is New York’s first virtual meeting place for NYS anti hunger urban farmers and community leaders interested in the topic. Urban Farm Central captures, organizes and houses examples of best practices related to urban farming in hopes of helping more leaders see it as a viable option for ending hunger amongst the poor.
Profiles of urban farmers sharing lessons learned in their journey towards harvesting in the city.
East New York Farms Project mission is to organize youth and adults to address food justice in our community. They do this by promoting local sustainable agriculture and community-led economic development. East New York Farms! is a project of the United Community Centers in partnership with local residents. Read More
The Row Show
Best practices in gardening highlighted in blogs, videos and other teaching tools.
BLOG: Growing Vegetables in Containers by Judith Hamilton
Container vegetable gardens are a great alternative for those that don’t have access to backyards. There can be a range of reasons to grow your vegetables in containers…easy access to the kitchen, safer environments for children and the handicapped or just lack of a yard to use for gardening. Read More
Personal video journals depicting the highs and lows from emerging and established urban farmers.
VIDEO: Backyard Urban Farm in Brooklyn, NY
Urban vegetable garden tour provided by Mihail, the Edible Landscaper. This garden is located in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. Stay tuned for more gardening tips and videos from Mihail throughout the growing season.
Soul food can be HEALTHY FOOD. Users of Urban Farms share their favorite specialties.
Resident experts will join us from time to time to answer your questions and teach new skills from the comfort of a computer screen. Tune in now!
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